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Remember the next Dunwoody Driving Club Car Show Event is this Sunday, July 18, from 4:30-7PM, in the Los Rancheros parking lot facing Jett Ferry Road at Dunwoody Club Drive, in the Kroger/Orchard Park Shopping Center. The only cost for admission is your donation of a sweater to give to homeless people in Atlanta through CHRIS180 (CHRIS180.org). The Ranch will serve gratis tacos to paid DDC Members. Beverages are extra. See you Sunday. Spread the word!

GM began working to develop a viable electric car in the mid-1960s. Electrovair II was one of the experimental engineering vehicles built as part of the program. It was powered by a 532 volt silver-zinc battery system that combined with its 115 HP electric motor delivered a top speed of 80 MPH and a range of 40 to 80 miles per charge. The cost and complexity of the silver-zinc system made it impractical for high volume production.

Kudos and thanks to Dunwoody Driving Club Members who contributed socks for the homeless at the May 16 car show event. Your generosity allowed Driving Club Founder Chuck Wing to present upwards of 200 pairs of socks to homeless people in Atlanta through CHRIS180 (CHRIS180.org). CHRIS 180 helps children, young adults, and families through mental health counseling at the CHRIS Counseling Center; group homes for abused and neglected children in foster care; adoption services; a Drop-In Center for homeless young adults; permanent supportive housing for single and parenting youth, ages 17-24, who are homeless or have aged out of the foster care system; in-home programs; and re-entry programs that work to strengthen families. Thank you for your participation and support of the homeless.

A reminder the next Dunwoody Driving Club Car Show Event is this Sunday, May 16, from 11:30AM to 2:30PM in the Los Rancheros parking lot facing Jett Ferry Road at Dunwoody Club Drive, in the Kroger/Orchard Park Shopping Center. This event is open to the general public, and no charge to show your car or to be a spectator. The Ranch will serve gratis tacos to paid DDC Members. Beverages are extra. See you Sunday. Spread the word!

ALERT! ALERT! ALERT! ALERT! The next Dunwoody Driving Club Car Show Event will be Sunday, May 16, from 11:30AM to 2:30PM in the Los Rancheros parking lot facing Jett Ferry Road at Dunwoody Club Drive, in the Kroger/Orchard Park Shopping Center. This event is open to the general public. There is no charge to show your car or to be a spectator. The Ranch will serve tacos gratis to paid DDC Members. Beverages are extra. See you May 16. Spread the word!